Are You Rusty After A Holiday Break?

Returning to the weekday routine after the holidays is like putting on an old pair of shoes.  It fits like a glove. Things start falling into place and you start to get comfortable with the idea that you are back into the everyday routine of things.

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Lilibeth André, Work in Progress-January 2010.

For me, that includes my weekly class with William Kalwick. I have known Bill for about 15 years. I took a couple of his workshops and attended some of his demos over the years but hadn’t been able to get into his class. I’m glad I finally was able to join the group and as I approach the two-year anniversary I can enjoy what I have learned, starting with the first day of class.

What I like about working with Bill is that he is not looking to create a clone. He provides technical guidance and allows one to flourish in independent style. He is a confident artist that finds great things in everyone’s work while understanding where everyone needs to stretch. He helps to take you there.

I have a sample of my current class work in progress. We painted this model about a year ago. I focused on the face and worked on getting the form and preliminary color down.

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About The Artist

Houston, Texas A classical artist and writer that delves in sustainability issues and natural health practices.
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